2025 Alpine GT X-Over – The brand known for its speed and performance is Renault Alpine is currently working on an electric sports car named GT X-Over. GT X-Over and our exclusive images show what it might look. It is expected to launch in 2025.
This brand new car will compete directly against the models made available from Tesla Model Y and the future electronic Porsche Macan, and will be constructed in conjunction to Porsche’s Alpine A110 sports car in Dieppe, France. All this is happening while Porsche is moving towards becoming an all-electric car maker by the end of next decade.
2025 Alpine GT X-Over Redesign
Our renderings anticipate that the quad-headlight design of the A110 will soon be a standard design feature for Alpine models. Its GT X-Over will feature a coupe-SUV style with the roofline sloping downwards like those of Skoda Enyaq Coupe VRS. The car will likely to be available with the popular Alpine Blue Metallic paint like the A110 and it’s an Alpine Formula One car. It is anticipated to launch in the second quarter of the year 2019. Alpine GT X-Over will sit on a modified version CMF-EV technology from the Renault company. The same model is the base of the brand new Renault Megane Etech. In opposition to Megane model, the Alpine SUV is powered by an electric motor and three motors.
It’s not only about Alpine but reports are being circulated regarding the development of a bigger version of the upcoming Renault 5 electric car. Borgne confirms that Alpine has partnered with Lotus to create an electric model that’s based on the A110. It’s expected to have the same base as the highly-anticipated electronic Lotus Elise and will feature batteries that can vary in size between 66.4kWh all the way to 99.6kWh.
2025 Alpine GT X-Over Revealed
This sports car is expected to be part of Lotus E-Sports which will be the next generation of the Elise and go sold in 2026. This car is built on an open platform created by Lotus and is referred to as E-Sports. Electric Hot hatch is an improved version of the Renault hatchback that was first introduced in 2009 along with the Renault 5 model. It can be built on smaller versions that are built on the CMF-EV model. It is referred to by the designation CMF BEV. The covers are expected to be taken off by 2024.
Soon, Alpine is expected to expand its assortment of EVs to be able to compete with the planned launches of high-performance brands such as Maserati as well as Porsche. But we’re not likely to see any of these EVs within America. The U.S. as Alpine hasn’t yet made any announcements regarding launches in U.S. markets. U.S. market.